€490- €1270 Per Week
A delightful one double bedded renovated old Prunerie, a super location for a tranquil get away from it all for a couple. With access to a pool and private fishing lake, set in tranquil surroundings.
Character, charm and comfort in a tranquil setting await you. Maintained to a high standard and very well appointed in a lovely rural setting, gardens, swimming pool, fruit & walnut trees, flowers, field and fishing lake await you.
The Prunerie offers a master bedroom with double bed and ensuite bath and shower facilities, spacious living room with a wood burner. There is also a sofa bed for an extra two guests.
We are now able to offer not only carp fishing in our own lake but also a day/s with an experienced French carp fisherman around 4 of the most stunning lakes in the area boasting carp of up to 15-28 kgs.
The property is well kept. The grounds ample with 5 acres of field for letting off steam and a large lake stocked with carp for fishing enthusiasts. There are also 2 smaller ponds that feed the lake and have fish in.
Local markets, fresh produce, fine wines and fabulous restaurants make this area a 'must visit'. Long quiet roads for cycling. For the extremely energetic cyclists check out the routes and kms on the Pays De Duras tourist website which offer routes to take. Woods and trails for walking or horse riding, lakes for fishing and rivers for kayaking. Petanque, boule, bocce and sun beds for the less energetic. There is something for everyone in this unspoilt part of South West France. If you are a shopaholic then Bordeaux, (an hours drive) boasts the longest retail high street in Europe.
" We enjoyed our stay in Le Prunerie,thanks to Tina and David who take their time to take us to visit nice places and participate in village picnics. We met so many nice people locally, it will be absolutely necessary to come again! Even the only parrot of the region came to settle! The place to be! (6th August 2016)
" We had a lovely stay at the Prunerie. Tina and David were very welcoming and helpful, and we hope to be back one day." (29th June 2014)